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18 Dog Ring Bearer Collars We Can’t Stop Saying Awwwww

18 Dog Ring Bearer Collars We Can’t Stop Saying Awwwww

golden retriever dog of honor with flower wreath

You’ll want to paws your day to take a peek at these 18 dog ring bearer collars that are taking the cute factor to a whole new level. Whether they carry the rings, walk you down the aisle or provide the emotional support we all need during a wedding, these very good boys and girls are playing their part in style. If you’re mentally prepared for the adorableness ahead, join us as we embark on this pup-filled journey.

First things first, you’ll want to watch this video of a puppy wedding shoot. That’s right, the puppies had their own celebration as captured by Danfredo Photo + Films (and hot diggity dog, is it cute!)

If you’re considering a kid-free wedding and want to eliminate any politics or concerns about still having a flower girl or ring bearer, you seriously may want to test man’s best friend in the role. To be honest, they are tough competition for any Who Wore It Best: Floral crown edition.
Photo by Olga Plakitina Photography
dog ring bearer collars
Photo by Rach Loves Troy
poodle wedding dog with suit
Photo by Rhythm Photography
Dog Ring Bearer Collars
Photo by Rebecca Yale via Martha Stewart Weddings
Dog Ring Bearer Collars
Photo by India Earl via Green Wedding Shoes
pug with flower crown wedding guest
Photo by Steve Steinhardt
Dog Ring Bearer Collars
Photo by Justine Milton Photography
dog tux wedding guest
Photo by Analee Media
Dog Ring Bearer Collars
Photo by Ashley Gillen Photography
Dog Ring Bearer Collars
Photo by Wisteria Photography via Green Wedding Shoes
cavalier wedding dogs
Photo by Alex Lasota

Dog ring bearer collars can be as cute as an eucalyptus wreath or a mini suit!
blue merle collie wedding dog with greenery
Photo by Tem Photography
dog of honor with flower crown
Photo by Jenny Quicksall Photography via Style Me Pretty
bride and groom hugging their dog of honor
Photo by Marissa Cribbs
dachshund in a floral crown
Photo by Jose Villa
golden retriever in a floral wreath
Photo by Lauren Swann
dog of honor by bride and groom
Photo by Rachel Pearlman Photography
Pomeranian in a tuxedo
Photo by Casey Edwards Photography

Looking for pet-friendly venues is a must if bringing your furbaby is a must. Dog ring bearer collars, especially the fresh flower wreath kind, is best to remove after the ceremony to avoid leaving a petal trail on the grounds of the venue or depending on the pup, it may eat it!

Not sure what to do with your dog after the wedding ceremony?

Consider having a designated dog-duty person to take your pup after you say I Do and make sure it goes on frequent walks throughout your wedding day to avoid accidents! Read on on 5 mistakes to avoid when booking your venue.

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